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Le informazioni presenti nel sito web «Alimenti & Gravidanza» sono state tratte dai seguenti libri, report, pubblicazioni scientifiche e materiali informativi.

Libri & Report
  • Galli Volonteiro A. (2005). Microbiologia degli Alimenti. Casa Editrice Ambrosiana
  • Giaccone G., Colavita G., (2015). Principi di Microecologia degli alimenti. Edizioni PVI
  • Graziani C., Duranti A., Morelli A., Busani L., Pezzotti P., (2016). Zoonosi in Italia nel periodo 2009-2013. Rapporti Istisan 16/1, Epidemiologia e sanità pubblica
  • Urquhart G.M., Armour J., Duncan J.L., Dunn A.M., Jennings F.W. (1998). Parassitologia Veterinaria. UTET
Pubblicazioni scientifiche
  • Awofisayo A., et al., (2014). Pregnancy-associated listeriosis in England and Wales. Epidemiol. Infect. Cambridge University Press
  • Bondarianzadeh D. (2007). Listeria education in pregnancy: lost opportunity for health professionals. Australian and New Zealand Journal of public Health
  • Belluco, S., Mancin, M., Conficoni, D., Simonato, G., Pietrobelli, M. & Ricci, A. (2016). Investigating the Determinants of Toxoplasma gondii Prevalence in Meat: A Systematic Review and MetaRegression. PLoS ONE 11(4):0153856. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0153856
  • Carvalheiro C.G., Mussi-Pinhata M.M., Yamamoto A.Y., De Souza C.B.S., Maciel L.M.Z., (2004). Incidence of congenital toxoplasmosis estimated by neonatal screening: relevance of diagnostic confirmation in asymptomatic newborn infants. Cambridge University Press
  • Cenci-Goga, B.T., Rossitto, P.V., Sechi, P., McCrindle, C.M.E. & Cullor, J.S. (2011). Toxoplasma in animals, food and humans: an old parasite of new concern. Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, 8(7), 751-762
  • Cook, A.J.C. et al. (2000). Sources of toxoplasma infection in pregnant women: European multicenter case-control study. British Medical Journal, 321, 142-147
  • Elsheikha, H.M. (2008). Safer food for pregnant women: practices and risks. Public Health, 122, 1407-1409
  • Feng Y., Bruhn C., (2016). Food safety education for people with diabetes and pregnant women: a positive deviance approach. Food Control
  • Genovese F., Risoleti E.V.I., et al., (2011). Studio epidemiologico sulla toxoplasmosi in gravidanza: benefici dello screaning. Edizioni internazionali
  • Giglio B., Nucera D., Vergano F., Grassi M.A., (2013). Food safety: correct information for pregant women. Italian Journal of food safety
  • Girard D., et al., (2014). Pregnancy-related listeriosis in France, 1984 to 2011, with a focus on 606 cases from 1999 to 2011. Eurosurveillance
  • Kantso B., et al., (2014). Campylobacter, Salmonella, and Yersinia antibodies and pregnancy outcome in Danish women with occupational exposure to animals. International Journal of Infectious Diseases
  • Kendall, P., Medeiros, L.C., Hillers, V., Chen, G., Di Mascola, S. (2003). Food handling behaviors of special importance for pregnant women, infants and young children, the elderly, and immune-compromised people. Journal of the American dietetic association, 103(12), 1646-1649
  • Kravetz J.D., Federman D.G., (2004). Prevention of toxoplasmosis in pregnancy: knowledge of risk factors. Infectious diseases in obstetrics and gynecology
  • Maldonado Y.A., Glode Mary P., Bhatia J., (2016). Consumption of raw or unpasteurized milk and milk products by pregnant women and children. American academy of pediatrics
  • Mateus T., Rui M.L., Teixeira P., (2014). Awareness of listeriosis among portoguese pregnant women. Food Control
  • Mateus T., Silva J., Maia R.L., Teixeira P., (2013). Listeriosis during pregnancy: a public health concern. Obstetrics and gynecology
  • McAuley J., (2014). Congenital toxoplasmosis. Journal of the pediatric infectious diseases society
  • Noto Llana M., et al., (2014). Salmonella enterica serovar enteritidis enterocolitis during late stages of gestation induces an adverse pregnancy outcome in the murine model. Plos one
  • Opsteegh, M., Kortbeek, T.M., Havelaar, A.H., van der Giessen, J.W.B. (2014). Intervention strategies to reduce human Toxoplasma gondii disease burden. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 60(1), 101-107
  • Poston L., (2014). Healthy eating in pregnancy. BMJ
  • Ricchi E., Serafini A., Nante N., Petraglia F., Messina G., (2016). Food related risks during pregnancy: how much women know about it?. European Journal of Public Health
  • Sheryl C., et al., (2004). Pregnant women and listeriosis: preferred educational messages and delivery mechanism. Journal of nutrition education and behavior
  • Tam C., Erebara A., Einarson A., (2010). Food-borne illnesses during pregnancy. Canadian Family Physician – Le Mèdecin de famille canadien
  • Taylor M., Huang A., Galanis E., (2015). Eat safely, eat well: an evaluation of food safety educational resources for pregnant women in british Columbia, Canada. Food Protection Trends
  • Taylor M. et al, (2012). Pregnant women’s knowledge, practices, and needs related to food safety and listeriosis, a study in British Columbia. Canadian family physician – Le medicin de famille canadien
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